Monday, November 11, 2013

"Brooklyn World of Books," EP#310

Episode #10                        “Brooklyn World of Books”

Tonight on NYC LIFE, channel 25, Nov 11th,  2013

We have a great panel of guests on our program.  First, Frank Debonair introduces his reasons to talk about the Book Fest, located across the East River.  Once a year, Frank admits to venture outside Manhattan to a place called Brooklyn.

Private Book Investigator interviews Anabel Hernandez, “Narcotic,” for her controversial investigation about the drug cartels plaguing Mexico; while Andre Aciman, “Harvard Square,” looks into the problem of identity and becoming an American;  Ayana Mathis, “The Twelve Tribes of Hattie,” tells the story of the Great Migration through the eyes of an unforgettable family (Oprah’s Book Club).

Book World: Jill Schoolman from Archipelago Books discusses the pros and cons of non-profit publishing.

POTW segment features some of he authors we did not have time to interview at the Fest: “BiblioDeath” by Andrei Codrescu.  Mircea Cartarescu, “Blinding,” Juan Gabriel Vasquez, “The Sound of Things Falling,” and Ursula DeYoung, “Shorecliff."

The Book Case Team

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